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Cocos Island, Costa Rica

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  • Kelley (18) and I just got back from a fantastic 12-day trip on Aggressor 2. We traveled to Cocos Island - Coast Rica to get on a 210’ live-aboard ship and go diving. We did 24 dives over 7 days, with...  more »
  • Situated around 500km away from Puntarenas, is a 36 hours sailing trip (with good weather) and 30 hours back (aprox). Unless you do a diving trip (I went there with Okeanos Aggressor I ) or you go the...  more »
  • It took me a month to really come back to Earth and understand that I had lived a unique adventure. 36 hours crossing was rough, but I expected. The island is a true paradise land, almost completely uninhabited (not counting the animals that are not endemic to the island, and the rangers). The water is warm (to my standard), 28 up to 30 m, where there is a small thermocline permanent 1 or 2 degrees. Some dive sites are difficult to access because of the current and swell, and others not at all. I went on the Agressor, cruise organized by Bluewater Travel. A great team, a top boat, a cook who has simmered us small dishes with love for 10 days. I would highly recommend.
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